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Build Better Faster Websites: the New Dynamic Newsletter: 12/7 - Looking Back Looking Forward

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Build Better Faster Websites: the New Dynamic Newsletter: 12/7 - Looking Back Looking Forward
By Bud Parr • Issue #122 • View online
Thinking about the year behind us (oh, I guess it’s a decade, too!), one of the more interesting technologies introduced has been Cloudflare Workers Sites. Cloudflare Workers, introduced widely in 2018, is a re-think of how serverless works:
Service Workers are a feature implemented by modern browsers which allow you to load a script which intercepts web requests destined for your server before they hit the network, allowing you a chance to rewrite them, redirect them, or even respond directly. Service Workers were designed to run in browsers, but it turns out that the Service Worker API is a perfect fit for what we wanted to support on the edge.
Extending that to sites opens some new possibilities:
HTMLRewriter always happens as close as possible to your end users, without happening on the device itself, and it eliminates the latency of traveling all the way to the origin
Did you know we have hundreds of JAMstack related tools and services in the New Dynamic database?

Editor Picks
The Full Partial Series Part 1: Caching! | Regis Philibert
Netlify Public Folder, Part I: What? Recreating the Dropbox Public Folder With Netlify
Built with Jekyll and CloudCannon
Built with Jekyll and CloudCannon
backendlessConf_ | An online conference dedicated to the frontend
Podcasts & Videos
Tamas Piros on education and the "A" in the JAMstack - That's My JAM...stack
JAMStack Denver - 12/4/2019 - TinaCMS, More than just a CMS
JAMStack Denver - 12/4/2019 - TinaCMS, More than just a CMS
Frosty ⛄️
My team @HeroDevs has been working on a static site generator for @Angular. If you have ever asked "Why doesn't Angular have something like @gatsbyjs?" then you will love what we are delivering. It is almost to an alpha. Working out the kinks as I type this tweet.
What are Microservices? | Netlify
Why we focus on frontend performance - Technology in government
The subtle art of predictive prefetching
These 10 hottest tech skills could pay off the most in 2020, says new report
Create an E-Commerce App with Gatsby |
Blogcop: A GitHub App That Helps You Manage Your Jekyll Blog - The Lean Software Boutique
Compiling Content Stats for a JAMstack Site Using Eleventy | Stackbit
Tools and Services
Try Condé Nast UK’s asset management tool for Sanity Studio
Strapi open source Node.js Headless CMS Strapi Interface Design - How we do
Introducing Glush: a robust, human readable, top-down parser compiler
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